California: Teen Marijuana Use Declines Post-Legalization

Teen use in California is down after legalization

CALIFORNIA: Marijuana use by adolescents continues to decline in California, according to statewide data provided by the California Healthy Kids Survey, a biennial survey funded by the Departments of Health and Education. Among 7th graders, 4.2 percent reported ever having used cannabis during the years 2015 to 2017, as compared to 7.9 percent during the years 2013 to 2015 Read the full article…

Cannabis: Silicon Valley’s Hot New Sector

Among the market-goers is a bright-eyed entrepreneur, Michael Steinmetz, a native of Venezuela based in San Francisco. He chats with farmers and shows around new staff members, who wear green T-shirts displaying the name of his company, Flow Kana.

CALIFORNIA: Wearing a straw hat and a big grin, farmer Casey O’Neill is busy greeting customers at a Saturday farmers’ market in Mendocino County, Northern California. “Another day in paradise,” he calls out, as one approaches. Fresh broccoli, courgettes and spring onions are on display on his table, all grown at his farm. Next to Read the full article…

This Season’s Crop Of Medical Marijuana Bills May Be The Last Before The Storm

While prospective ballot initiatives to legalize marijuana and tweak pot laws pile up, state lawmakers are preparing to take what may be a final stab at bringing order to the medical marijuana trade.

CALIFORNIA:  While prospective ballot initiatives to legalize recreational marijuana and tweak pot laws pile up in the California Secretary of State’s office, state lawmakers are preparing to take what may be a final stab at bringing order to the medical marijuana trade before even further chaos is unleashed. Senate Bill 643, with the tentative support of California NORML Read the full article…